Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has confessed he wants a move to AC Milan.

The Champions League final against Manchester United looks like being Drogba's last game for Chelsea after he admitted in his new autobiography meeting Milan legend Paolo Maldini and officials at the start of last term before daring them to buy him.

Drogba said: "All footballers dream of signing for AC Milan. I explained to Paolo Maldini that Milan is a club I would love to join."

The Ivorian revealed he flew to Milan in a private jet.

Upon arrival, he bumped into Milan's vice-president Adriano Galliani, who allegedly asked him 'When would you like to play for Milan?'

Drogba replied: "Whenever you want, it's all up to you - get the money ready and go see Chelsea."

The next day, Galliani called Blues to make an offer.